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Ad­ven­ture: Cap­i­tal Sean Lynch’s work rep­re­sent­ing Ire­land at the 2015 Venice Bi­en­nale, plus two ad­di­tional works, Cam­paign to Change the Na­tional Mon­u­ments Acts, and La­toon. Golden Thread Gallery, 84-94 Great Pa­trick St Un­til Oc­to­ber 16 gold­en­

Ger­ard Dil­lon: Painter, Dreamer, Clown 20-plus works by the renowned 20th cen­tury Belfast-born painter. Ul­ster Mu­seum, Botanic Gar­dens Un­til Novem­ber 6

David Hock­ney: I draw, I do David Hock­ney’s first ma­jor Ir­ish show fo­cuses on the im­por­tance of draw­ing to him,

from his for­ma­tive years at art school in Brad­ford, through his Lon­don years and his more re­cent use of new tech­nolo­gies. The MAC, Ed­ward Street, Belfast Un­til Oc­to­ber 16


At Mir­rored River Enda Bowe’s pho­to­graphs ex­plore the lives of young peo­ple in a mid­lands town. The Pos­si­bil­i­ties of Place: Works by the Nine Stones Artists, a group formed by artists based in South County Car­low. Take Me to the River: Video ac­count of Fer­gal McCarthy’s nav­i­ga­tion of the Grand Canal, the Bar­row Line and the Bar­row on a raft fash­ioned from plas­tci bot­tles and wood pal­ettes VIS­UAL Cen­tre for Con­tem­po­rary Art, Car­low Un­til Oc­to­ber 16 vi­su­al­car­


BCA Fac­ulty Ex­hi­bi­tion 2016 Vis­ual and lit­er­ary works by a ta­lented fac­ulty, in­clud­ing Áine Phillips, Ruby Wal­lis, Grodon D’Arcy and Mol­lie Douthit. Bur­ren Col­lege of Art Gallery, Bal­ly­vaughan Un­til Novem­ber 25 bur­ren­col­


Can­thus A se­ries of in­ter­ven­tions, in­stal­la­tions and sur­prises by Ir­ish artist An­nie O’Ne (Un­til Fe­bru­ary 15) Craw­ford Art Gallery, Em­met Place craw­for­dart­

Glow: Vari­a­tions on a Theme Tom Cli­ment, Ea­mon Col­man, Wil­liam Crozier, Neal Greig, Eílis O’Con­nell, Peter Martin, James McCreary, Michael Ray and Conor Walton. Cather­ine Ham­mond Gallery, 61 Bridge St, Sk­ib­bereen Un­til Oc­to­ber 29 ham­

I Went to the Woods The artist as wan­derer, fea­tur­ing Anna Bak, Bren­dan Ear­ley, Fiona Kelly, Juha Pekka Ma­tias Laakko­nen, Richard Long, He­len Mirra, Ria Pac­quée, her­man de vries, Walker & Walker, cu­rated by Chris Clarke and Pádraic E. Moore. Lewis Glucks­man Gallery, Univer­sity Col­lege Cork Un­til Novem­ber 6 glucks­

Mu­sic A group show on a rich theme. Lavit Gallery, 5 Fa­ther Mathew St Un­til Oc­to­ber 22 lav­it­

Time (Ire­land) Act Ruth Clin­ton and Ni­amh Mo­ri­arty take as their start­ing point the loss of 25 min­utes, 22 sec­onds of time when Day­light Sav­ing Time was adopted 100 years ago. Sir­ius Arts Cen­tre, Cobh Un­til Oc­to­ber 30 sir­iusarts­cen­

Un­cover Ann Da­voren cu­rates a show of work by grad­u­ates of the Sherkin Is­land BA Vis­ual Art De­gree Pro­gramme. Uillinn, West Cork Arts Cen­tre, Sk­ib­bereen un­til Oc­to­ber 15 west­corkarts­cen­

Works from the Cot­tage Paint­ings and draw­ings by john Philip Mur­ray made in re­sponse to the CD Cormac McCarthy’s Cot­tage Evo­lu­tion. Ionad Cultúrtha, Baile Mhúire Un­til Novem­ber 7 ion­ad­h­cul­


Tor­ture An­dreas Ser­rano’s chal­leng­ing works, made over the last year, face up to the re­al­i­ties of tor­ture. VOID, Pa­trick Street Un­til De­cem­ber 17 der­


Mod­ern Experiments Largest sur­vey show to date of Su­san MacWil­liam’s video and in­stal­la­tion works ad­dress­ing ob­scure and over­looked his­to­ries in cases of per­cep­tual and para­nor­mal phe­nom­ena. FE McWil­liam Gallery & Stu­dios, Ban­bridge Un­til Novem­ber 26 fem­


Sofia Areal Paint­ings and draw­ings in a strong, graphiic style. The Chancery, Em­bassy of Por­tu­gal, 70 Up­per Lee­son St Un­til end of Novem­ber sofi­

Black­birds in the Gar­den of Prisms New paint­ings by Mairead O’hEocha. Mother’s tanksta­tion, 41-43 Watling St, Usher’s Is­land Un­til Oc­to­ber 29 moth­er­stanksta­

Bored with a Hole Two-per­son show by Hannah Fitz and Daniel Tuomey. NCAD Gallery, 100 Thomas St Un­til Oc­to­ber 26

Break­ing Rain­bows A live per­for­mance and video in­stal­la­tion by Orla Barry ex­plor­ing the boundary be­tween art and life. Live per­for­mances Septem­ber 30, Oc­to­ber 1, 6pm and 8pm Book­ing via Dublin Theatre Fes­ti­val Tem­ple Bar Gallery, 5-9 Tem­ple Bar Ex­hi­bi­tion Un­til Novem­ber 5 tem­ple­bar­

Brute Clues Tom Watt, Tanad Wil­liams and An­dreas Kindler von Knobloch cre­ate a structure which up­sets the hi­er­ar­chies of dis­play in a white-cube con­text and re­flects their in­di­vid­ual ap­proaches to art-mak­ing. Project Arts Cen­tre, 39 East es­sex St Un­til Oc­to­ber 29 pro­jec­tarts­cen­

Croí Ni­cola Hen­lay (tex­tiles), Kathryna Cuschieri (glass), Jane Sey­mour (ce­ram­ics) and Vivi­enne Bo­gan (paint and print). Ori­gin Gallery, 37 Fitzwilliam St Up­per Un­til Oc­to­ber 18 origin­gallery.word­

Sa­muel Lau­rence Cun­nane Quiet and eas­ily over­looked mo­ments of daily life’ in pho­to­graphs by Sa­muel Lau­rence Cun­nane (Gallery 1) Tex­tiles from the At­las Moun­tains: Ber­ber tex­tiles in­clud­ing rugs, a woman’s cer­e­mo­nial head­scarf and a sad­dle cover com­piled by Geb­hart Blazek (Gallery 2) Dou­glas Hyde Gallery, Trin­ity Col­lege Un­til Novem­ber 9

Find­ing Time At­mo­spheric paint­ings by Leah Beggs. Solomon Fine Art, Balfe St Un­til Oc­to­ber 15 solomon­fin­

Five Ryan Estep. El­lis King, Unit 7, White Swan, Donore Av­enue Un­til Oc­to­ber 15 el­lisk­

Frag­ments Ar­chi­tec­tural pho­to­graphs by Ester Havlová, who fo­cuses on de­tails rather than over­all struc­tures. Ir­ish Ar­chi­tec­tural Archive, 45 Mer­rion Sq Un­til Oc­to­ber 28

In­duc­tive Prob­a­bil­ity Sculp­tural works by Paul Gregg, known for his large-scale com­mis­sioned projects (Gallery I Un­til Oc­to­ber 23) Sire: Maria McKin­ney blends the tra­di­tional corn dolly and ge­nomics in the breed­ing of beef and dairy cat­tle (Gal­leries II & III Un­til Oc­to­ber 23) I’ll Be Your Mir­ror: Brian He­garty ap­pro­pri­ates vinyl record sleeves (Ash­ford Gallery Un­til Oc­to­ber 23) Diana Cop­per­white: New paint­ings, in­clud­ing a wall paint­ing (Foyer and Atrium Un­til De­cem­ber 21) RHA Gal­lagher Gallery, 15 Ely Place rha­

An In­stinct for Growth Etta Gerdes’ pho­to­graphic project is and ‘al­le­gory about the con­nect­ed­ness of na­ture and the econ­omy.’ darc space (Dublin Ar­chi­tec­ture Space), 26 North Great Ge­orge’s Street Un­til Novem­ber 18 darc­

Cre­at­ing His­tory: Sto­ries of Ire­land in Art 55 Paint­ings re­lat­ing to Ir­ish his­tory from the 17th to the early 20th cen­tury (Oc­to­ber 8-Jan­uary 15) Eclec­tic Im­ages: Re­cent Ac­qui­si­tions 2011-2016: Brian Lalor’s do­na­tion of over 160 prints in 2014 takes pride of place but there is much more be­sides (Un­til De­cem­ber 7) Euro­pean Art 1850-1950: 70 High­lights from the col­lec­tion (Mil­len­nium Wing) Na­tional Gallery of Ire­land, Clare St na­tion­al­

Still An­nemarie Kil­shaw, An­gela Mc Don­agh, Austin Hearne and Celina Mul­doon in an im­mer­sive, mul­ti­dis­ci­plinary show com­bin­ing live art and in­stal­la­tion. The Com­plex, Lit­tle Green St Ends Oc­to­ber 9 the­com­

The Metronome Bursts of Au­to­matic Fire... A sto­ry­board in­stal­la­tion by Bel­gian artist Sven Au­gusti­j­nen (Un­til Jan­uary 22) Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane, Charlemont House, Par­nell Sq North hugh­

If the Ground Should Open... Video and sound in­stal­la­tion by Jaki Irvine (Un­til Jan­uary) His­tor­ica - Repub­li­can Aes­thet­ics: Sumesh Sharma cu­rates a group show ex­am­in­ing ‘the na­tion’ and ‘mod­ernism’ (Un­til Fe­bru­ary 26) The Plough and other stars: Works by Ric­cardo Arena, Richard John Jones, Lara Khaldi and Yazan Khalili ‘pro­pose some al­ter­na­tives to death.’ Kate Strain cu­rated (Un­til Fe­bru­ary 26) IMMA Col­lec­tion, A Decade: Works by Wil­lie Do­herty, Ni­amh O’Mal­ley, Eva Roth­schild, Dorothy Cross and more (Un­til Jan­uary 2017) Ir­ish Mu­seum of Mod­ern Art, The Royal Hospi­tal, Kil­main­ham

Loose Ends Wil­lie Do­herty’s new work ad­dresses the pas­sage of time and its pow­er­ful, cor­ro­sive ef­fect on our hopes, be­liefs and sense of iden­tity. Two-screen in­stal­la­tion and re­lated pho­to­graphic dip­ty­chs. Ker­lin Gallery, Anne’s Lane, South Anne Street Un­til Oc­to­ber 19 ke­

Marine, sub­ma­rine, the sky, the earth New paint­ings and works on pa­per by Fer­gus Martin. Green on Red Gallery, Park Lane, Spencer Dock Un­til Oc­to­ber 15

The past is a for­eign coun­try’ Gavin O’Curry re­vis­its the land­scape of his child­hood in mono­chrome paint­ings based on pho­to­graphs. Oon­agh Young Gallery, 1 James Joyce St Un­til Oc­to­ber 14 oon­aghy­

Sculp­ture in Con­text 2016 Con­tem­po­rary sculp­ture in a great set­ting. Na­tional Botanic Gar­dens, Glas­nevin Un­til Oc­to­ber 21 sculp­turein­con­

Ten Night Paint­ings Ten nudes by Colin David­son, widely known for his por­traits. Oliver Sears Gallery, 29 Molesworth St Un­til Oc­to­ber 13 oli­v­ersears­

To swal­low a ball Vanessa Donoso Lòpez ex­plores as­pects of con­tem­po­rary emi­gra­tion through the idea of soil. Tales from a Green Post Box: Jane Locke asks why our post boxes still bear em­blems of English roy­alty. The LAB, Fo­ley St Un­til Novem­ber 9 dublincit­yart­sof­

X(IR) Lin­ear ex­ca­va­tions by Brian Fay. Nag Gallery, Base­ment, 59 Fran­cis St Un­til Oc­to­ber 25 na­

Come with me, I’ll show you some­thing beau­ti­ful / Komm mit mir, Ich zeig’ dir ‘was Schönes’ Paint­ings on glass, or Verre Églomisé paint­ings by botan­i­cal artist Yanny Pet­ters. Olivier Cor­net Gallery, 3 Great Den­mark St Un­til Novem­ber 6 olivier­cor­net­


Lit­tle Sto­ries Lit­tle Prints Close on 50 print­mak­ers from eight print­mak­ing stu­dios re­spond to 1916. Gal­way City Mu­seum, Span­ish Pa­rade Un­til Oc­to­ber 29 gal­wayc­i­ty­mu­


Van­ish­ing Art Sculp­tures and paint­ings from artists in­clud­ing Orla de Bri, Carolyn Mul­hol­land, Stephanie Hess, Bob Quinn, Pa­trick O’Reilly, Leo Hig­gins and Alva Gal­lagher. Car­ton House, Maynooth Un­til Novem­ber 1 van­ishin­


VASE: Func­tion Re­viewed Brian Kennedy cu­rates a show on con­tem­po­rary takes on the vase form as ‘a con­tainer of nar­ra­tive and ve­hi­cle for sto­ry­telling.’ Na­tional Craft Gallery, Kilkenny Un­til Novem­ber 6 na­tion­al­craft­


Now Came Still Evening On Ob­ser­va­tional paint­ings by John Coyle and im­mer­sive draw­ings in­stal­la­tions by Gary Coyle, his son. The Dock, St Ge­orge’s Ter­race, Car­rick on Shan­non Un­til Novem­ber 12 the­


Charles J Haughey: Power, Pol­i­tics and Pub­lic Im­age Ea­monn Far­rell’s Haughey port­fo­lio, plus Des­mond J. O’Mal­ley. The Hunt Mu­seum, The Custom House, Rut­land St Un­til Novem­ber 20 hunt­mu­


Off Cen­tre Nine new 3D works, a mov­ing im­age piece and a wall draw­ing by Marie Han­lon. Droic­head Arts Cen­tre, Stock­well St, Drogheda Un­til Novem­ber 4 droic­

Some thing as a line Con­tem­po­rary works with the em­pha­sis on man­ual skill and process, first in a se­ries of shows mark­ing the High­lanes 10th birth­day. High­lanes Gallery, Lau­rence St, Drogheda Un­til Novem­ber 5 high­


Me­lan­choly Wit­ness

Near Ocean Joe Dunne takes on the coastal land­scape of North Mayo. The Ballinglen Gallery, Main St, Bal­ly­cas­tle Un­til Oc­to­ber 28 ballingle­narts­foun­da­


Just Left of Coper­ni­cus (Pas­toral) The fi­nal ver­sion of Ni­amh McCann’s chang­ing, three-venue tour­ing show, cen­tring on a structure de­vised with ar­chi­tects Jack Byrne and Sea­mus Bairead. Sol­stice Arts Cen­tre, Rail­way St, Na­van Un­til Oc­to­ber 21 sol­sticearts­cen­


So Near & So Far: Roscom­mon in the 1980s Martin Parr’s pho­to­graphs of Roscom­mon dat­ing from the time he lived in Boyle. Roscom­mon Arts Cen­tre, Cir­cu­lar Road, Roscom­mon Un­til Oc­to­ber 11 roscom­monarts­cen­


Di­as­pora Aban­doned home­steads in paint­ings by Eoin Mac Lochlainn. Hamil­ton Gallery, 4 Cas­tle Street, Dligo Un­til Oc­to­ber 29 hamil­ton­


Lul­laby Wel­come sur­vey of the work of Pa­trick Gra­ham, in­clud­ing several large-scale paint­ings. Luan Gallery, Grace Road, Athlone Un­til Oc­to­ber 28 athlon­eart­sand­


He­len G Blake Colour, pat­tern, rhythm and the unexpected in small, con­cen­trated paint­ings. Mer­maid Arts Cen­tre, Main St, Bray Un­til Oc­to­ber 29 mer­maid­arts­cen­

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